The lineup of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One by way of backwards compatibility continues to grow. Microsoft today released four new games into the catalog.
The Xbox 360 games Final Fight: Double Impact, Faery: Legend of Avalon, Frogger 2 and Puzzlegeddon can now be played on the Xbox One via its backwards compatibility feature.
If you already own (or decide to buy) these games, they’ll show up in the Ready to Download area of the My Games and Apps section on your Xbox One. You can download and play them like any other game.
Last week saw a splurge of titles arrive for the next-gen console, a range of arcade titles, along with some special Star Wars picks.
Microsoft say they no longer hold titles to certain release dates but instead launch them whenever they’re ready to play.
This has been the case for the past couple of months, 25 new titles have been confirmed in April and May, with the likes of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed I & II proving to be some of the most requested.
People also really want The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Red Dead Redemption to join the program. On the Xbox Feedback site, these games have more than 150,000 and 140,000 votes, respectively.